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DPSST Private Security and Investigator Policy Committee (PSIPC) -- Recruitment - 02/28/24

Department of Public Safety Standards and Training

Memorandum

DATE:            February 28, 2024

TO:                All Oregon Private Security Providers and Interested Individuals

FROM:           Suzy Herring

                     Program Manager 

SUBJECT:     Private Security and Investigator Policy Committee (PSIPC) – Recruitment

The Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (Department or DPSST) is accepting letters of interest, accompanying interest form, for two different openings on the 

Private Security and Investigator Policy Committee. The recruitment is open until Friday, March 29, 2024. The two openings are:

  • One person representing the public, who has never been employed or utilized as a private security provider or an investigator; and is not related within the second degree by affinity or consanguinity to a person who is employed or utilized as a private security provider or investigator.

 

  • One person representing the health care industry.

The Private Security/Investigator Policy Committee established by Oregon Revised Statute 181A.375, and is charged with the responsibility of developing policies, requirements, standards, and rules relating to the private security and private investigator disciplines. All recommended policies, requirements, standards, and rules are submitted to the Board on Public Safety Standards and Training (Board) for consideration. The PSIPC meets on a quarterly basisThe meeting calendar is listed here:  https://www.oregon.gov/dpsst/BD/Pages/default.aspxMembers of the PSIPC may be eligible for reimbursement of costs incurred traveling to and from meetings.

Nominations for membership must be submitted to the Department for presentation to the Board chairperson for consideration. All appointments to the committee will be subject to ratification by the Board. The term of an appointed member is two years. An appointed member may be appointed to a second term. 

If you are interested, you must complete and submit a Policy Committee Interest Form. This recruitment closes at 5pm on March 29, 2024. Interest forms must be received prior to the deadline. The interest form is available on the DPSST website. Here is a link to the form. Please send your completed interest form to: 

Samantha Kossa

4190 Aumsville Hwy SE, Salem, OR 97317

Samantha Kossa@dpsst.oregon.gov

Phone 971.209.8235

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